The first known use of the term "geek feminism" was in:
Bucholtz M (2002) Geek feminism. Benor S, Rose M, Sharma D, et al. (eds), Gendered Practices in Language (PDF link), Stanford, California: CSLI Publications.
Geek feminism blog and wiki
The history of the GF wiki and blog are documented in:
- The Obligation to Know: From FAQ to Feminism 101 by Joseph Reagle (2013)
- Feminist Point of View: A Geek Feminism Retrospective by Skud (2014)
The term came into more generalised use by at least mid-2012, during the Geek feminist harassment at OSCON incident, when someone identifying themselves with geek feminism, but not a contributor to this wiki or the associated blog, harassed an attendee at OSCON.
Other organisations/groups/events using the name "Geek Feminism"
In August 2013 at Nine Worlds geek convention in London, there was a Geek Feminism track.
In August 2014, the Nerdy Girls Society/International Geek Girls Pen Pal Club held a Geek Feminism webinar (link goes to a youtube video).